Category Archives: Shows

Diffusion at SE Center for Photography

Those in the Southeast US will have the opportunity to see one of my handmade encaustic-based photographs this summer. I’ve been invited to show Contemplating Flight in the Diffusion show at SE Center for Photography. Curated by Lori Vrba, Diffusion will showcase a host of ‘artfully crafted’ (often handmade) photography. It’s going to be a…

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Immigrant Stories

We have such a vibrant photo community here in Portland. Friends Jim Lommasson and Paige Stoyer worked this year to put together a wonderful show of photographs featuring the stories of US immigrants. A moving counterpoint to the national angst over the immigration issue, these photos and stories breathe life into this often two-dimensional debate….

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Welcome to Wonderland and Quite Normal at DaVinci

Between 2000 and 2013, I had the privilege of photographing at an amazing place here in Portland: DaVinci Arts Middle School.  I began photographing there while working on my senior thesis project at Pacific NW College of Art.  I enjoyed it so much that I kept coming back, speaking in photography classes, teaching workshops, and…

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Skeleton in the Closet in Shanghai

While in Lishui, China, a couple years ago for a show and lecture, I met Guo Jing.  She’s a photography curator, and she requested that I submit work to her some upcoming shows she was curating.  She accepted my series Skeleton in the Closet, which was already translated into Chinese a couple years prior, for…

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Astra Velum and Liminal Spaces Show in Philadelphia

I’m excited to be working with Harris Fogel at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, to bring the Astra Velum and Liminal Spaces work to Gallery 1401 in January. If you’re in the area, please stop by and see these original photogravures and encaustics. They really deserve to be seen in person.

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Skeleton in the Closet in Beijing

Skeleton in the Closet was featured at Photo Beijing 2016 this fall. The organizers did a stunning job of displaying the work, illuminated in a dark space. Read the stories for yourself, at www.skeletoninthecloset.net.  Or order a copy of the book on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Skeleton-Closet-Eating-Disordered-Lives/dp/1491020784

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Lishui Photo Festival 2015

What a privilege to be invited back to the Lishui Photo Festival this year.  I was invited to go previously in 2013, with 7 other American photographers (read about our adventures here).  This time I was invited on my own, to accompany my Skeleton in the Closet show, and to give a lecture. The Lishui Museum…

Astra Velum at Oregon State University’s Fairbanks Gallery

Beauty is only skin deep. But ah! me; freckles go to the bone. ~Mark Twain Astra Velum, an exhibition of photogravures by Fritz Liedtke, finds beauty in what many view as imperfection, exploring faces filled with freckles and scars. In these works Liedtke finds an exquisite gorgeousness, as he says, “overlaid upon us like a…

Astra Velum in Shanghai International Exhibition of Photography

Thanks to Yan Li, who represents my work at High Noon Gallery in Beijing, China, the Astra Velum series was juried in to the 2014 Shanghai International Exhibition of Photography.  As Yan explains, Thousands of photographers from China and oversea get together and participate in the show. More than 100 artists’ work are presented to…

Astra Velum at The Haggerty Museum

The Haggerty Museum of Art is currently showing “Scrutiny After the Glimpse,” which includes two of my photogravure portraits from the Astra Velum series. Depicting the human form has been a primary focus of artists since the beginning of recorded engagement. Looking at a portrait or figure painting has usually been thought to be an isolated…

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